Feature of the Day

(20200805) Congratulations to Vinit Shah on a successful presentation of his PhD dissertation proposal. Vinit's research focuses on improving segmentation for automated seizure detection.

(20200725) We have released an update of the TU Artifact Corpus (TUAR) which can be found here, and is also available from our anonymous rysnc server.

(20200702) The IEEE SPMB 2020 call for papers has closed as of July 1st 2020. We plan on accepting 18 papers for oral presentation.

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NSF PFI TT Project

By specializing in real-time computer assisted monitoring of electroence-phalograms (EEGs) in the intensive care unit (ICU), we have demonstrated a clear and urgent market for such technology. The primary focus of this project is to develop efficient and marketable technology.

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Recently Released Corpora

Our newest subset of the TUEG Corpus - the TU Artifact Corpus (TUAR) contains 310 EEG files in which every artifact has been annotated. The corpus was annotated using a five-way classification developed to meet the needs of our constituents.

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